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. Thomas Gough, Rector of Cardeston, Salop, and had

George, his heir.

Eichard, of Peniarthuchaf, co. Merioneth, d. unra. 1821.

Jonathan, Major in the army, d. unm. 1S03.

Dorothy, in. 1st, Charles Champion Crcspigny, Esq.,
M.P. for Aldborough, Suffolk, and 2ndly, Sir John Kaue,
Mr. Scott d. 1770, .".nd was s. by his eldest son,

Eev. George Scott, of Betton, b. 1756 ; m. 1778, Lucretia,
dau. of Charles Cockburn, Esq. of Brentford, Capt. in the Old
Buffs, and had issue,

George John, his heir.
Eichard, of Shrewsbury, M.D.

Mr. Scott d. 19 Oct. 1799, and was s. by his elder son,

George John Scott, Esq. of Betton, 6. 1779; m. G July,
1802, Anne, dau. of William Morse, Esq. of Drayton House,
Ealing, Middlesex, and by her(who m. 2ndly, Francis Walfurd,
Esq. of Cronkhill, and d. 11 Sept. 1851) had issue,
George Jonathan, late of Betton Strange.





AVilliam, of Charlton Place, Rishopsbourne, Kent, J. P., late
6th Dragoon Guaiils, m. 1S52, Selinn, dau. of Ak-xaniler
Erskine, Esq. of Boll Hall, co. Aberaeen, and d. U Oct.
IS77, leaving issue, three sons.
Mr. Scott d. 29 May, ISU, and was s. by his eldest sou,

(.George Jonathan Scott, Esq., o( Betton Strange, co.
Salop, and of Peniarthuchaf, co. Merioneth, J. P., High Slierifif
CO. Merioneth, 1S34, b. 23 April, 1S07 ; m. 28 April, 1S40,
AccrsTA Fkaxces. youngest dau. of William Wynne, Esq. of
Pcniarth, co. Merioneth, and had two daus.,

I. Augusta Margaret Anne, d. 30 Jan. 1854.

II. Louisa Sidney, now of Bct:on.

Mr. Scott, of Betton Strange, d. 1875, and loft his property to
bis widow for life. Slie d. 3 Dec. 1891, and was s. by licr dau.
Mrs. Stuart, who assumed the name and arms of Scott by
royal licence.

Ar»v< — Or, a fesse chequy az. and arg., in base a man's head
couped ppr., for Stuart; on an escutcheon of pretence gii.,
three piles invectcd two in chief and one in base arg., each
charged with a Catherine wheel gu., for Scott.

6'. .v?»-— Betton Slrun^'e, near Shi ewsbury ; and Peniatthuchaf,


ScOTr, i\lE3. Mahiah-, of Great Earr, co. Staf-
ford, and E:itlLiigliope and ^N'orburj, co. Salop, dau.
of Jesse Homer, Esq. of Birfield Cottage, co.
Worcester, r,i. 1 July 1S63, the late John Chaeles
Addtes Scott, Esq. of Great Barr, co. Stalibrd,
and of Eatlinghope and Norbury, co. Salop, M.A.,
J. P., cos. Stafford and Salop, and Fellow of Univ.
Coll. London, {b. 29 Dec. 1S30,) and had issue,

James Egbert, 6. 31 Oct. 1864 ; m. 8 Nov. 1890, Kate, dau.
of Charles Castelli, Esq. of West Hill, Putney, and has

Eegisald Addtes, 6. 2 Oct. 1891.
Dorothy Catheiine, b. 12 Oct. 1892.

Mr. Scott d. 15 Jan. ISSS, and was s. hj his

Lineage. — The first of this family who settled at Stour-
t: idge was

John Scott, originally of Chaddesley Corbet, co. Worcester.
Ke removed to Stourbridge about the middle of the 17th cen-
tury. His son and successor,

William Scott, of Stourbridge, m. Joanna Potter, of Kidder-
minster, and •/. 1G95, leaving issue, of wliicli the 3rd son,

William Scott, of Stourbridge, m. 16S3, Elizabeth, dau. of
i;?T. William Fincher, vicar of Wednesbury, co. Stafford, and
dying 1712, was s. by his eldest son,

John Scott, of Stourbridge, d. unm. 1703, aged about 64,
and was s. by his brother,

William Scott, of Stourbridge, m. 1720, Joanna, dau. of
William Hunt, of Stratford-on-Avon, and dying 17G6, at the
age of 66, left issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. John, m. 17.58, E'izabeth, dau. of William Kettle, of Eves-
ham ; i. 23 Sept. 1788, aged 57, leaving issue,

1 William, who 6'. his uncle. 2 John.

3 James, a Presbyterian Minister, of Cradley, co. Wor-
cester, h. 4 March, 1768; d. 19 Dec. 1829.

I. Sarah, to. Samuel Skey, Esq. of Spring Grove.

II. Elizaljeth, m. Samuel Bate.

III. Joanna, ra. Sumuel Kay.

Mr. Scott was s. by his eldest son,

William Scott, Esq. of Stourbridge, in. 1771, Anna, dau.
and only surviving child of Eev. John Tonckes, of Birming-
ham, by Mary his wife, dau. of John Addyes, Esq. of Great
Barr, co. Stafford, and Moor Hall, co. Warwick. Upon the
death of Mary Addyes, unm., 3 April, 1786 (who was sole
dau. and heir of Thomas Addyes, Esq. of Great Barr), she
bequeathed her estates to her first cousin, the said Anne, wife
of William Scott, Esq., who, having survived her husband,
bequeathed the same to the three nephews of her husband,
William, John, and James, leaving the property at Great Earr
to the second nephew, John, who thereupon became of Stour-
bridge and Great Barr. Mrs. Scott d. 8 Jan. 1813, aged 82,
and her husband, William Scott, Esq., d. Dec. 1792, aged 71.
He was s. by his eldest nephew,

William Scott, Esq. of Stourbridge, b. 12 March, 1760,
ta. 179.1, Alicia Pynock, and d. s. p. 5 Dec. 1834. His next

John Scott, Esq. of Stourbridge and Great Barr, b. 10 Jan.
1763, J. P. and D.L., served as High Sheriff co. Worcester
1830; he m. Oct. 1795, Sarah, eldest surviving dau. of John
Kettle, Esq. of Birmingham, and dying 3 Jan. 18.32, left issue,
Sarah, his sole dau. and heir, i,i. 17 Feb. 1830, to Eobert,
youngest son of the late Eev. Charles WcUbeloved, of York,
who was the late

Eoiiert Scott, Esq. of Stourbridge and Great Barr, J.P. and
D.L., Barrister-at-Law, formerly M.P. for AValsall. b. 15 July,
1803; vt. 17 Feb. 1830, Sarah, only dau. and heir of John
Scott, Esq. of Stourbridge and Great Barr, J.P. and D.L., and
had issue,

I. John Charles Addtes, late of Great Barr and Eatling-

I. Sarah Emma, m. 22 June, 1855, David Martineau, Esq. of
Clapham Park, Londnn.

II. Mary Laetiiia, late of Stourbridge, in. 19 March, 1861,
Eev. A. W. Worthington, of Mansfield, and d. 31 May,
1863. This lady inherited the property at Stourbridge.

III. Elizabeth Anne, m. 9 April, 1863, Thomas Worthington,
Esq. of Cheetham Hill, Manchester, and d. 1869.

This gentleman assumed, by royal licence, on his marriage,
the surname of Scott in lieu of his patronymic. In the year
1845, he purchased the contiguous estates of Eatlinghope and
Xorbury, in Salop, including the advowson of the former
parish, to which the late J. C. A. Scott, Esq., added theSnead
property, and certain other lands in Wentnor. Mr. K. Scott
d. 1856, and was s. by his eldest son, who m. (as above)
Mahiah, dau. of Mr. Jesse Hormer, of Birfield Cottage, co.
Worcester, and d. 15 Jan. 1S88, and was s. by his widow.

(f umiln of SiiUUbtloljcb.

John Wellbeloved, of Cobham, Surrey, left by his wife,
Mary a son,

Charles Wellbeloved, 6. 3 Feb. 1713, who was four times
married, but left issue only by his first wife, Mary, dau. of John
Parkins. He d. at Mortlake, 4 June, 17S2, and was s. by his
only son,

John Wellbeloved, b. 23 July, 1742. By his wife, Elizabeth,
he left an only son,

Eev. Charles Wellbeloved, of York, Minister of St.
Saviourgate Chapel, York, and Principal and Theological
Professor in the Manchester College there from 1803 to 1840,
when the college was removed back to Manchester. He
was b. 6 April, 1769, and vi. 1 July, 1793, Anne, dau. of John
Kinder, Esq. of Stoke Newington, Middlesex, by whom he had

I. Charles, b. 13 June, 1794: m. 4 Sept. 1834, JIary, dau. of
Thomas Eead, Esq. of Scarborough, and had issue,

1 Charles Henry, b. 23 Oct. 1835.

2 Eobert John. 3 Henry.
1 Anne Isabella.

II. John, twin with his sister Eliza, d. 8 Oct. 1819, aged 21.

III. Robert (the late Eobert Scott, Esq.), of Stourbridge
and Great Barr.

I. LaBtilia, m. 13 Aug. 1821, Eev. John Kenrick, M.A., Pro-
fessor of Classics and History in Manchester College.

II. Anne, d. 25 July, 1846.

III. Harriett, m. 16 July, 1827, Rev. John Eeynell Wreford,
D.D., F.S.A., of Bristol formerly one of the Pastors of the
New Meeting House in Birmingham.

IV. Emma, )/!. 27 Dec. 1831, Hon. James Carter, late Chief
Justice of New Bmriswick, North America. Mrs. Carter li.
at iredencton, New Brunswick, 29 July, 1842.

Ariiis — Arg., on a mount of bulrushes in base ppr., a bull
passant sa., a chief pean, biUett6e or. Crest — U])on a mount
of bulrushes a stag couchant ppr., the dexter fore-leg resting
on a billet or. Jl/o»o— Nunquam libertas gratior.

Sta*— The Red House, Gi eat Barr, CO. StatTord. Residences
— The Manor House, Eatlinghope; and 6, Cambridge Gate,
Regent's Park.


Scott, George Arthur Jertoise, Esq. of
Rotlierfield Park, co. Southampton, J.P., D.L., and
County Alderman for Hants, M.A., late Fellow of
All Souls' Coll., Oxford, h. 2 Nor. 1833 ; m. 7 Sept.
1875, Lady JMary Angela "Wellesley, dau. of Gen.
Lord Charles Wellesley, of Conholt Park, Hants.

Liineagre.— James Scott, Esq. of Eotherfield Park, M.P.
m. Martha, dau. of Thomas Bradbury Winter, Esq. of Shenley
Herts, and had a son,

James Winter Scott, Esq. of Eotherfield Park, J.P.
and D.L., High Sheriff 1864, M.P. for North Hants from
1835 to 1837, vn. 23 Jan. 1828, Lucy, youngest dau. of Eev. Sir





Samuel Clarke Jervoise, 1st Bart of Idsworth Park, and had

I. George Akthue Jervoise, now of Eotherfield Park.

II. Walter Jervoise (Valley of Lagoons. Queensland), B. A.,
Oxford, J. P. for Queensland, h. IS35; d. 1891.

III. Charles James (Kev.), M.A., Vicar of St. John's, Forres,
N.B , 6. 1837 ; m. 1874, Kuth, dau. of Koliert Caldwell, Esq.
of Charleston, U.S.A.

IV. Archibald Edward, 6. 1851, m. 1888, Cecilia, dau. of
William Bolitho, Esq. of Polwithen, Cornwall, and has
issue, Jervoise Bolitho, h. 1892, and Margaret Lucy.

I. Lucy Gertrude, d. 1892.

II. Katherine Maria, m. 9 April, 1856, Sir Charles Hayes
Miller, 7th Bart., who d. 1868.

III. Elinor, m. June, 1S67, Mnjor-Gen. Sir Charles Walters
D'Oyly, 9th Bart, of Newlands, co. Dorset.

IV. liora Careline, m. 1862, Capt. Eichard W. Spicer, who d.

Mr. Scott d. 4 Jan. 1873, and was s. by his eldest son, George
Abthdr Jervoise Scott, Esq., now of Eotherfield.

Arms—Ver pale indented arg. and sa., a saltire coiinter-
changed. Crest — An arm erect, couped at the elbow, habited
gu., cufl'ed erm., the hand ppr., holding a roU of paper arg.,
the arm encircled with park pales or.

Seat — Eotherfield Park, near Alton.

T(iu-n Residence— 22, Grafton Street, W.

C^uis— Arthur's and Travellers'.


Scott-Chad, Joseph Stonehewer, Esq. of
Thurst'ord Hall and Pinckney, Norfolk, M.A., J.P.,
Eigli Sheriff 1863, 6. 12 July, 1829 ; m. 12 June,
1856, Edith Elizabeth, youngest dau. of John J.
Eawlinson, Esq. of Grraythwaite, co. Lancaster, and
has issue,

I. Charles, J. P. for Norfolk, 6. 23 March, 1857 ; m. 1886.

Alice, eldest dau. of John Pares, Esq. of Southsea.
I. Cecilia. ii. Mary. iii. Katherine.

Mr. Scott - Chad, son of Joseph Scott, Esq., by
Louisa Elizabeth his wife, dau. of J. W. Tomlin-
son, Esq. of Cley, Norfolk, and niece of Sir Charles
Chad, Bart, of Thursford, assumed, at the death, in
1855, of his grand-uncle, the said Sir Charles, the
additional surname of Chad on succeeding to the
Thursford estate.

Lineage. — Egbert Chad, of Wells, Korfolk, 6. 1630 ; m.
Frances, only dau. of Nicholas Tidd, and had two sons. The

EoBERT Chad, Esq., inherited the estates in consequence of
the death s. p. of his elder brother. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of
Charles Wright, Esq. of Kilverstone (son of Thomas Wright,
Esq., by Catherine his wife, dau. of Sir Charles Harbord, Sur-
veyor-General to Charles 11.), and had issue, George, his
heir ; Frances, m. Harbord Wright, Esq. ; and Susan, 7?4.Eev.
William Norris, of Woodnorton. He d. 1736, and was s. by
his son,

Sir George Chad, of Thursford, 6. 1730, created a Bart. 28
July, 1791. He m. 1st, Sarah, dau. of John Eowlls, Esq. of
Kingston, Surrey, and had issue,

Charles, his heir.

George William, some time Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to Dresden and Berlin, d. 25 April,
Frances Mary, m. 1803, John Winn Tomlinson, Esq. of Cley,
Norfolk, and d. 27 Oct. 1849, leaving issue. Her dau.,
Louisa Elizabeth, m. Joseph Scott, Esq. of Colney, Nor-
folk, who d. 1873, and had issue by her, who d. 1852,
Joseph Stonehewer Scott-Chad, now of Thursford.
William, d. 1856.

Louisa Elizabeth, m. E. C. Hankinson, Esq.
Cecilia Weyland. Alice, m. Eev. P. P. Gwyn.

Mary, m. 4 Aug. 1857, Major-Gen. Dixon Edward Hoste,
E.A., C.B., and has issue (see Borke's Peerage).
Cecilia Rachel, d. June, 1828.
Sir George m. 2ndly, Mary, sole heir of Edward Fletcher, Esq.
of Eichmond, Surrey, but by her (who d. 1794} had no issue.
He d. 24 Nov. 1815, and was s. by his son,

Sir Charles Chad, 2nd Bart., b. 1779 ; m. 1810, Lady Anne
Tumour, dau. of Edward, 2nd Earl Winterton, and by her
(who d. 2 March, 1832) had a son, Edward Henry, d. uiim.
1S42. Sir Charles d. 1855, and was s. at Thursford by his
grand-nephew, the present Joseph Stoneheweb Scott-Chad,

^7-??M— Per pale gu. and arg., a cross potent, in the 1st and
4th quarters a rose, in the 2nd and 3rd a cross pattf^, all counter-
changed for Chad; quartering Scott. Crests— Ut Chad, A
falcon, wines expanded, ppr., beaked, legged, membered or,
supporting in the dexter claw a cross potent, as in the arms':
2nd, Scott.

Sen (—Thursford Hall, East Dereham, and Pinckney Hall.
Tatherford, Norfolk.


Scott, Henry Eichard Johnstone, Esq. of
Wood Hall, near Wetherby, J. P. and D.L., b. 7
March, 1830; m. 4 Oct. 1866, Cressida Elizabeth,
3rd dau. of William Selby-Lowndes, Esq. of WliaJ-
don Hall, Bucks {see that family^, and has issue,

I. Henry Lister, 6. 18 Oct. 1869.

II. Charles, h. 30 Oct. 1870.

III. Egerton, b. 24 May, 1873.

I. Lucy Cressida, 6. 2 April, 1878.

Mr. H. E. J. Scott, is the second son of the late
Sir John Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone (by Louisa
Augusta, 2nd dau. of the Most Eev. Edward Ilar-
court. Archbishop of York), and is brother of Lord
Derwent. He assumed in 1860 the name of
ScoTT. (-See Buree's Peerage, Deewent, B.)

Lineage, Arms, <kc. {see Burke's Peerage).

Seat — Wood HaU, near Wetherby, Yorkshire.


ScoTT, Hercules, Esq. of Brotherton, co. Kin-
cardine, J.P. and D.L., Major 2nd Kincardine
A. v., formerly in the Bengal C.S., b. 14 June,
1823 ; m. 1857, Anna, dau. of James Moon, Esq. of
Hillside House, Liverpool, and has had issue,

I. Hercules James, b. 1850; d. 3 Feb. 1869.

II. Edward Dchtred, b. 1857 : d. Feb. 1869.
I. Mary Isabella, d. 29 Jan. 1869.

n. Helen, d. 4 Feb. 1869.

in. Anna Katherine.

IV. Margaret Eose de Noel.

Lineage. — This family is a branch of Scott of Logie.

Hercules Scott, 3rd son of James Scott, of Losie, co.
Forfar, b. 1621 ; m. Jane, dau. of Sir James Ogilvie, of New
Grange, and had i. Hercules, of Brotherton ; ii. James, of
Comieston, a Gen. in the army ; and five daus. The elder

Hercules Scott, of Brotherton, 6. 1659 ; m. 1707, Helen,
dau. of Sir Charles Eamsay, Bart, of Balmain, and d. 1747,
leaving issue, two sons and six daus.,

I. James, of Brotherton.

II. David, of Nether Benholm, b. 1725; m. 1774, Wallace,
dau. of Archibald Scott, of Eossie, and rf. 1797, leaving issue,
with one dau. Helen, who d. 1824, four sons,

1 Hercules, of Brotherton, Col. in the army, killed at the
head of his regiment (the 103rd) at the attack on Fort
Erie, Upper Canada, 1814, 6. 1775.

2 James, of Brotherton.

3 Archibald, Capt. Madras Cavalry, 6. 1779 ; m. 1824,
Anna Maria, dau. of Eobert Tulloh, Esq. of Elliston, co.
Eoxburgh, and d. 1834, leaving an only son, James
Eobert, 6. 1 828, who inherited from his father the estates
of Stone o'Morphie, co. Kincardine, and Trunkwell, co.

4 David, of Brotherton.

I. Elizabeth, m. James Mill, Esq. of Old Montrose.

II. Jean. in. Margaret. iv. Helen.
v. Mary. vi. Katharine.

The elder son,

James Scott, of Brotherton, 6. 1719; d. t. p. 1804, and was
s. by his nephew.

Col. Hercules Scott, of Brotherton, who d., as stated above,
in 1814, and was s. by his brother,

James Scott, of Brotherton, 6. 1776; d. 22 Sept. 1S44, and
was s. by his brother,

David Scott, Esq. of Brotherton, J.P. and D.L., b. 16 June,
1782 ; m. 15 Feb. 1813, Mary, dau. of William Seddon, Esq.uf
Acres-Barn, co. Lancaster, and by her (who d. 26 Jan. 1806)
had issue,

I. Hercules, now of Brotherton.

I. Wallace Mary, m. 1846, Eev. Walter Butler.

II. Helen, m. J»51, Alexander Porteous, Esq. of Lauriston,
and d. 1892.





III. Ipaliella, (?. ISIS.

IV. l\'iulove Kliza, »i. IS-J2, Etlwanl "\V:uil Pickson, Esq.,
and J. 1S61.

V. EmHy Aususta, m. 1S42, Joseph St. John Yatos, Esq.,
Eairister-at Law.

VI. Flora Ahcia. m. 1842, Uer. Edmund Lane, and d. 1846.

VII. Anna JIaria, in. ISoo, George Skene Tayler, Esq. of
Inehsrarth, Capr. K.X.

VIII. Diana Octavia, )/i. James Farquliar, Esq. of Hallgreen,
CO. Kincardine.

Mr. Scott (?. IS Dec. 1859.

Arms — Ars., on a fosse crenelti betwixt three lions' heads,
erased gu., a star to denote the third son. C'/-tsf— A lion
rampant, with a sword in the dexter paw. Motto— VaWmo
robore tutus.

&(((— lirutheiton House, Kordown, co. Kincardine.

c;u6— East India U.S.



Scott, Coi,. Sib Fkancis Cunnutghaiu:,
K.C.M.G-., C.B., Col. (retired) late Major 42nd
Highlanders, J. P. Midlothian and Suffolk, a mem-
ber of lion. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 1S77-SS,
Insi^ector G-en. of Gold Coast Constabulary, since
1S91, h. 1S34; ?«. 1859, :Mary OliTia. eldest dau. of
the late Eer. Edward \yard, M.A., Rector of East
Clandon, Surrey, and lias issue,


I. Florence Emily Cunningham.

II. Ethel Mary Cunningham.

Lineage. — This family is of the same origin as the noble
House of Buccleuch.

John Scott, Esq., 2nd son of Sir William Scott, of Clerking-
ton one of the Senators of the College of Justice, received
from his father, in patrimony, the barony of Malleny, Mid-
lothian. He r,i. Anne, dau. of Sir Thomas Nicholas, of
Cockburnspath, and had, with two daus , two sons,

Thomas, his heir.

"William, an Advocate at the Scottish Bar, to. 1st, Masdalen,
dau. and heir of William Blair, Esq. of Blair, and had one

William, who inherited the estate, and assumed the sur-
name of Blaib. He d. s. p. 1732.
William Scott (the elder) m. 2ndly, Catherine, only dau. of
Alexander Tait, Merchant in Edinburgh, and had five sons
and six daus., who all assumed the surname of Blair.
John Scott d. 1709, and was s. by his son,

Thomas Scott, Esq. of Malleny, m. Isabel, dau. of Sir John
Lauder, Bart, of Fountain Hall, one of the Senators of the
College of Justice, and had a sou and successor,

John Scott, Esq. of JIalleny, ra. 22 Aug. 1742, Susan, dau.
of Lord William Hay, of Xewhall, 3rd son of John, 2nd Mar-
quess of Tweeddale, and had issue,

I. THOMis, his heir.

II. James, who commanded a ship in India, and d. there.

III. Alexander, Major in the Army.

IV. Archibald, H.E.I.C.S., fell in action.

V. Francis Carteret, m. 1801, Charlotte Elizabeth, eldest dau.
of the late Major-Gen. George Cunningham, of the Scots
Brigade, and had six sons and five daus.,

1 Thomas, 6. 1802; d. 1832.

2 Cabteret George, late of Malleny.

3 George, of Jamaica.

4 Alexander, an OfiBcer in the army.

5 John, an Officer in the army.

6 Stair Primrose, bred to the law.

1 Isabella Frances, to. 1824, George More Nisbet, Esq. of
Cairnhill, co. Lanark.

2 Charlotte, d. 1S14. 3 Jane.

4 Charlotte Elizabeth. 5 Lavinia Cockburn.

VI. Hamilton, H.E.I.C.S., killed in action.

vii. George, late Lieut. -Col. in the army, and afterwards
Lieut. -Col. in the Edinburgh Kegt. of North iJritish Militia.

I. Margaret. ii. Jane.

III. Susan. iv. Molly.

Mr. Scott was g. by his eldest .son,

Thomas Scott, Esq. of Malleny, a general officer, who served
■with distinction in the campaign under Prince Ferdinand, in
the American war, in Holland, and in India, and d. v.nm. and
was .!. by his nephew,

CABTtBET George Scott, Esq. of Malleny, J.P. and D.L.,
late Capt. H.E.I.C.S., rn. 1st, 1S30, Charlotte, dau. of Col.
M'Dougal, and grand-niece of George, Marquess of Tweeddale
(which lady d. 1831), and 2ndly, 1833, Emily, dau. of Admiral
Frances Holmes Coffin, E.N., of the ancient family of Coffin,
of Devon, and had Issue,

I. Francis Cunningham, now of Malleny.

II. George.

Mr. Scott d. 1875, and was s. by his eldest sou,
Col. Sir Francis C. Scott, K.C.M.G., C.B., now of Malleny,
.-f )-H!s— Or, on a bend az. a star, between two crescents of the

first, for Scott of Bacclnich, and for difference, in base an

arrow bendways ppr., leathered and barbed arg. Crest— A

stag lodged ppr. Motto— Anw probos.
^ta<— Malleny House, Balerno, Midlothian : and BramforOi

Hall, Ipswich, Suffolk.
Residence — Accra, Gold Coast.
6Yit6s— United Service and Army and Navy.


Scott, John IIexkt Feancis Kinnaied, Esq.
of Gala, CO. Selkirk, J.P. for cos. Selkirk and Eox-
burgh, D.L. co. Selkirk, b. 10 May, 1859.

Lineage.— Sib Walteb Scott, of Harden, the ninth gene-
ration of the Scotts of Harden, m. Mary Scott, " the Flower of
Yarrow," dau. of Philip Scott, of Dryhope, by whom he had
(with other issue) Sir William Scott, who carried on the line
of the Harden family, and Hugh, ancestor of this family. Sir
Walter Scott d. 1C29, and was s. by his eldest son, Sik William,,
ancestor of the Scotts of Harden, now represented by Lord.

Hugh Scott, the younger son, m. Jean, dau. and heir of Sir
James Pringle, the last direct male representative of the
ancient and distinguished family of Pbingleo/G (?((sA!els. In
right of his wife, Hugh Scott became proprietor of Gala and; ■
Galashiels, and founded the house of Scott of Gala. The suc-
cessive generations of his descendants intermarried with the
families of Kebb of Carcr.f, Douglas of Cavcrs, Stuart of
Stuartjie!d, Makdougall of Mciherstoan, Munro of Avxhen-
bowie, and Hope of Craiijhall. His direct descenilani,

John Scott, of Gala, m. xVnne, dau. of Sir George Mak-
dougall, Bart, of Makerstoun, by whom he had issue,

I. Hugh, his heir.

II. George, an Admiral and K.C.B., m. Hon. Caroline Lucy
Douglas, dau. of Archibald, 1st Lord Douglas, of Douglas.
Sir George Scott d. s. ;>. 1841, and Lady Scott, d. Ia57.

III. John, H.E.I.C.S., d. 1822, leaving three daus., the-
eldest of whom, Mabia Scott Makdodgall, became of
Makerstoun, co. Roxburgh.

The son and heir,

CoL. Hugh Scott, of Gala, m. Isabella Munro, of the family
of Munro of A uchenhowie, and left a son and heir,

John Scott, of Gala, b. 1790, ni. 20 April, 1820, Madalen
Hope, dau. of Sir Archibald Hope, Bart, of Craighall and
Pinkie, Chief of the eminent family of Hope, by whom (who -
was h. 1792, and d. 13 Aug. 1873) he left at his decease, 9 Aug.
1840, two sons and two daus.,

I. Hugh, his heir. >

II. Archibald, Capt. Edinburgh County Militia, d. 10 July,

I. Elizabeth, d. 14 May, 1841.
u. Isabella, d. 4 April, 1867.

Mr. Scott (7. 9 Aug. 1840, and was s. by his eldest son,

Hugh Scott, Esq. of Gala, Major of the Dumfries, Rox-
burgh, and Selkirk Militia, J.P. and D.L. co. Selkirk, b. !>
Dec. 1822, m. 8 Sept. 1857, Elizabeth Isabella, eldest dau. and
heir of Capt. Charles Kinnaird Johnstone Gordon, Knt. of the
Order of the Lion and Sun (5th son of James R. Johnstone,
Esq. of Alva) by his wife, Elizabeth Gordon, of Craig,* aad
Kincardine, and had issue,

I. John Henry Francis Kinnaibd, now of Gala.

II. Hugh James Elibank, Capt. Haddington Arfillery
Militia; 6. 1 Oct. 1861; s. Miss Scott Makdougall to Maker-
stoun 1890 ; TO. 1893, Agnes, dau. H. T. Jenkinson, Esq.

of Alveston, co. Warwick.

III. Charles Archibald Ramsay, Capt. South Wales Borderers,
b. 17 July, 1863.

I. Madalen Augusta Lavinia.

Mr. Scott d. 19 Dec. 1877, and was s. by his eldest son, the-
present John Scott, Esq. of Gala.

Arms — Quarterly : 1st and 4th or, on a bend az. a star of
six points between two crescents of the field, in the sinister
chief point a rose gu., stalked and leaved vert, for Scott; 2nd

* Gordon of Craig is descended from John Gordon, a son of
Sir John Gordon, Baron of Gordon, slain 1402, and brother of
Sir Adam, Baron of Gordon, whose dau. and heir carried the
great Gordon estates into the House of Seton, and was pro-
genitrix of the Dukes of Gordon and Marquesses of Huntly.
John Gordon was the common ancestor of the Gordons o/ Pit-
lurg, Lesmorc, and CcO'j.





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